Aqua Girl® is back for another year and promising to be hotter and sexier than ever before! Get your hotel room booked now for May 15-19th!
The breathtaking backdrop of Miami Beach’s skyline sets the mood for our stylish, sexy VIP cocktail on Friday, May 17th. Enjoy an evening in the exclusive 1111 Lincoln Road building; taking in the powerful, award winning architecture of one of the Beach’s most famed buildings. Savor the view from the 7th floor while socializing with Miami’s hottest VIPs and enjoying fantastic hors d’oeuvres and cocktails! And, from 7:30 – 8:30 PM, you’ll have a chance to meet VOICE Finalist and Grammy nominated star Frenchie Davis!
If you have sophisticated taste and love the fusion of music, food, and interesting people, then our fabulous VIP cocktail is for you. Join us as we kick off the start of the 14th year of Aqua Girl for the first time in Ft. Lauderdale on Sat. May 11th, featuring delicious hors d’oeuvres and luscious libations.
We will also be celebrating the Broward honorees for Volunteer and Community Lead of the Year Awards.
Robin Schwartz writes at Huffington Post on Aqua Foundation’s work in in South Florida.
Aqua Foundation for Women’s Spring Newsletter has all the latest on our scholars, fantastic volunteers, and more!
On Thursday, February 7th we once again had the pleasure of hosting Ally Awards, an evening dedicated to honoring some of South Florida’s most inspirational and influential LGBT community leaders.
Being a member of the LBT community can limit the social and professional support for many women. Aqua is a reminder to all of us aspiring leaders that there is a community willing to help make you grow as an advocate, as a teacher, and as a role-model to the generations that follow.
Meet Campbell. When she is not working at her Tech Support job, Campbell is an enthusiastic activist, whose dedication to social justice is what we here at Aqua Foundation invite you to join us in celebrating.
Our 3rd annual Family BBQ on February 24th 2013 was a blast! Over 150 parents and kids showed up for a fun filled day of socializing, BBQing, and play! The BBQ provided a great opportunity for LGBT families and their children to gather and socialize in an environment that celebrates them.
These women, described above, endured painful indignities and intermittent imprisonment to help secure the right to vote that women currently enjoy in the U.S. today, their names were Alice Paul and Lucy Burns.
They were part of what is known as the Suffrage movement, which began in the mid 1800s and continued through the Victorian era until women finally secured voting rights on August 18, 1920, after Tennessee became the 36th state to ratify the 19th amendment.